The Allman Brothers Band has postponed the remaining four concerts it had scheduled for its 2014 residency at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, as frontman Gregg Allman continues to battle bronchitis. An announcement from the group explains that the shows -- which were to have taken place this Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday -- are being shelved because the Southern rockers feel that they are "unable to perform at the level to which they aspire."
Gregg's illness already had forced him to sit out concerts this past Friday and Saturday, although those shows still went on as scheduled. The Allman Brothers Band is asking fans holding tickets to the upcoming performances to hold on to them, as they will be honored at upcoming shows at the Beacon that the group plans to reschedule soon. Those who want to return their tickets can do so at the place they purchased them for a full refund.
The next confirmed performances on band's itinerary are previously announced April 11 and 12 appearances at their 2014 Wanee Festival in Live Oak, Florida.
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